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EE, Orange and T-Mobile are all brought to customers by EE. Together, the three brands form the UK’s best network as EE is the first company in Britain to offer super-fast 4G mobile services alongside fibre broadband. 

Whether you want to watch a blockbuster on the bus, access Wi-Fi on the London Underground or enjoy crystal clear sound at a busy bar – it’s easy with EE. And you can pick up points on both phones and broadband.


Helpful hint – when you buy a mobile phone package via myice.com, you'll get all the best direct deals, sales and promotions - plus your Ice points on top.

EE is part of the BT group.

BT publish a detailed sustainability strategy titled 'Purposeful Business'.

This ambitious strategy details BT's environmental policies and also introduces BT's wider aim which is to: 'Help our customers reduce carbon emissions by at least three times the end-to-end carbon impact of our business'

BT can be considered a consistent sustainability leader. The business is listed in the CDP Global climate A list and in 2016 topped Carbon Clear’s ranking of carbon reporting performance of FTSE 100 companies for the third year in a row.

One excellent example of BT's commitment to reduce waste is BT's Home Hubs project. Whenever Customers replace their BT Home Hub, BT encourage the customers to return their old one. These used products are treated as valuable resources, not waste. At BT's warehouse in Northallerton, they check and upgrade the software, replace old parts and give them a good clean. Once the refurbished hubs are as good as new, BT use them to replace any that customers return as faulty.

This reduces the total volume of new hubs they need to purchase, saving resources, energy and costs. BT have refurbished over 500,000 BT Home Hubs over the last year and a half, and are installing a new production line so that they can do even more next year.

More detail about BT's 'Purposeful Business' strategy is available on the BT Group website.

EE is part of the BT group.
BT publish a detailed sustainability strategy titled 'Purposeful Business'.
This ambitious strategy details BT's environmental policies and also introduces BT's wider aim which is to: 'Help our customers reduce carbon emissions by at least three times the end-to-end carbon impact of our business'
BT can be considered a consistent sustainability leader. The business is listed in the CDP Global climate A list and in 2016 topped Carbon Clear’s ranking of carbon reporting performance of FTSE 100 companies for the third year in a row.
One excellent example of BT's commitment to reduce waste is BT's Home Hubs project. Whenever Customers replace their BT Home Hub, BT encourage the customers to return their old one. These used products are treated as valuable resources, not waste. At BT's warehouse in Northallerton, they check and upgrade the software, replace old parts and give them a good clean. Once the refurbished hubs are as good as new, BT use them to replace any that customers return as faulty.
This reduces the total volume of new hubs they need to purchase, saving resources, energy and costs. BT have refurbished over 500,000 BT Home Hubs over the last year and a half, and are installing a new production line so that they can do even more next year.
More detail about BT's 'Purposeful Business' strategy is available on the BT Group websit

How it works

Click on Collect points and we’ll direct you to the EE website where you’ll earn points on your purchases. Once you’ve successfully made your transaction, it will appear in your Ice account in Transactions Pending. This may take up to 7 days – please check to ensure your transaction has tracked.

Ice points value

Up to 6,000 Ice points for a successful new mobile phone contract. For the full list of Ice points values on various EE Mobile products click here.

Important notes

Please note you can only collect points with this retailer online and NOT in store.

Ice points will only be collected as a one off payment and cannot be collected on your monthly bills.

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